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Sturla Atlas's Sturla Atlason shares songs that remind him of his home of Reykjavik, Iceland.
Amelia Curran discusses, and performs songs off her new album Watershed. She also opens up about her work in mental health advocacy.
Greta Gerwig opens up about her directorial debut, Lady Bird. i am OTHER CCO Mimi Valdes shares her secrets to success. Roch Carrier on his classic story, The Hockey Sweater, which is now a musical. Photographer Mary McCartney on capturing celebrities.
Actress Greta Gerwig makes her directorial debut with her new film, Lady Bird, which loosely chronicles her teenage years growing up in a small town.
Mimi Valdes opens up about her journey, from journalism to chief creative officer of i am OTHER.
The Hockey Sweater, the classic Canadian book by Roch Carrier, has been transformed into a new musical production. Carrier talks about the longevity of his winter tale.
Mary McCartney, photographer and daughter of Paul McCartney, discusses her approach to capturing celebrities in her own distinct way.
Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn discuss their new album. Ben Errett's new book helps us understand why we like what we like. Opera singer Marion Newman brings Indigenous issues to the new production, Missing. Charlie Daniels on his new memoir.
Musicians Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn discuss the political message behind their new album, Echo in the Valley.
Writer Ben Errett has created a theory on our high-brow and low-brow loves and hates in his new book, Elements of Taste: Understanding What We Like and Why.
Mezzo-soprano Marion Newman discusses her role in the new Vancouver production of Missing, an opera that shines a light on missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Country artist Charlie Daniels opens up about working with Bob Dylan, mixing styles of music and his thoughts on gun control in the U.S. following last month's deadly shooting at a country music festival.
Rick Mercer reflects on 15 seasons of the Rick Mercer Report, which is ending after this season. Playwright Drew Hayden Taylor explains why his play, Only Drunks and Children tell the Truth, is still relevant today. Pop star Noah Cyrus on her debut album.
CBC's Rick Mercer is ending the Rick Mercer Report so today, he'll look back at what he calls the 'best job ever.'
Drew Hayden Taylor discusses his new play, Only Drunks and Children tell the Truth, which runs from the Nov. 11 to the Dec. 2 at the Firehall Arts Centre in Vancouver.
Noah Cyrus, younger sister of Miley Cyrus, opens up about her own journey in the world of music and what she's learned from seeing her sister go through it all.
Today on q: One Director member Niall Horan, q contributors Amanda Joy and John Semley, author Anna Todd, and Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson.
Niall Horan, best known as a member of the group One Direction, opens up about taking time to do 'normal stuff' and returning with his first solo effort, Flicker.
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson details his story, from his childhood in England to his long-running gig as the lead singer in one of heavy metal's biggest acts.
Author Anna Todd found success on the online publishing platform, Wattpad. Now, she has a publishing deal, a number of books out and even a movie adaptation of one of her stories coming soon.